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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

VOLUME XXI THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1957 jORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA tint cow s o NUMBER 3


Plans Laid for PTA



Hallowe'en Carnival


The Port St. Joe Eleme itary Work Nears Completion
School PTA Carnival has a line mpl
group of members acting as a corn-'On New Press Booth
mittee of one this year to guide the
carnival to a successful conclusion. Work was practically completed
The committee is made up of the this week on a new press booth on
following members, Mrs. R. H. Fox,
Mrs. Alma Jones, Mrs. E. M. God the local football, through efforts
frey, Herman ,Dean, Kay Clack and df local people and organizations.
Joe Paffe. Practically all of the time, money
The carnival which will be h Ild and materials for the project was
Saturday, October 26 will start as donated through local efforts.
usual with a parade. The parade Funds for lumber and materials
will make up in front of the ANRR were donated 'by the United Paper
depot on the north end of Reid Ave. Makers and Paper Workers, Local
commencing at 3 p.m. H. M. Dean, 379. Steel for the framework was
bandmaster,-is in charge of the par- donated by the St. Joe Paper Cont-
ade. He requests that all-units such pany.
as the Boy Scouts, School Boy Pat- Labor for constructing the press


rol, Girl Scouts, Kindergarten Dootn was donated by me Mvaiac.- .
groups and the like, who intend to ists' Local and the Electrical Lo- ;''. '" ::',' *- ..
join the parade to get in touch cal
with him not later than October 23. The booth will' be completely en- MR. and MRS. DUREL BRIGMAN are congratulated by IGA Food-
The parade will leave the depot at closed with a plate glass front ani liner manager, James Allen after telling them they have won a free
3:30 p.m., go south on Reid Ave., will provide facilities for the field expense paid vacation to Miami Beach in a contest sponsored by
to Fifth Street, turn right to the public address system, the press the Super Market, (Star photo)
City Park. Upon arriving at the and team statisticians. On top )i
City Park all who participated in the booth, facilities have been pro. Mr. and Mrs Durel Brigman Win
the parade are requested to stay in v:ded for taking movies of the Win
line until after crossing the review- gan a. Free Weeks Vacation To Miami Beach
ing platform, so the judges may
pick the winners for the three
contest groups and award prizes Rotary Club Names -
to the winners of each group. Prizes Bleacher Committee Pictured above is Mr. and Mrs Det ur, Will B
will be given for the "Most Origin- -- Durel 'Brigman as they receive the DetoUr Will Be
al", "Prettiest" and "Best Hallowe'- The Port St. Joe Rotary Club had news from IGA Foodliner manager ,
en" costumes. When the prizes are an abbreviated meeting Th :- James Allen that Mrs. Brigman isRepaired Soon
awarded, the carnival is officially in order that the members ini ht t.e winner of a a fabulous Miami
open. get back to their television sa-s to
opThe following room assignments see the last ,game of the Wor'id Beach vacation for two, with all Tuesday at the regular meeting
forThe following roothshave beenm assignments Series expenses paid. Mrs. Brigman's of the Kiwanis Club the club dia-
Hamburgers, Mrs. Clark, Mrs Orly a short program was held name was one of ten chosen in the cussed the possibility of getting the
Stone, Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Faison. for John Robert :Smith and Harry Florida, Georgia and Alabama dis- detour around the new overpass,
,Hot dogs: Miss Gunn, Miss San- AM Knight to offer their case and trict of the IGA chain. All names which is under construction, repair-
ford. Cake walk: Miss Smith. Mrs. ask for Rotary Club help in secur- of entrants to the contest were ed from its present dilapidated
Wills. Peanuts and popco a Mrs. ing additional bleachers for the Ishipped to IGA headquarters in state.
Johnson. Fish pond: Mrs. Barlow, If"tball field from the school board. iNew York City where Mrs. Brig- 'Cecil G. Costin, Jr., was appointed
and Mrs. Floore. Balloons anl darts | President Jimmy Greer appointed man's name was chosen. as a committee of one to see that
Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Aide. Candy: Mrs. a committee of three to serve with The 'Brigmans will stay at Mi- lie job was dre,
Rollins. Snowballs: Mrs. Daniels. 1the group' of citizens working on ami Beach's most luxurious. motel, Costin reported to The Star y's-
Coffee: Mrs. Martin. 1-use of.ifo-tp'- the "Sunny lsle" and enjoy choice terday that be tad called the State
rors:. Mr' IHuit. ?uft i'~fks:Mrs. I: guests' of the club 'were Mannie food at its finest, served in Miami Road Depa-tment and was informs'd
Leggett.t ''Baseball' thro w: M.. Brash of Apalachicola; Wade Sel-' Beach's famous "Jersey Charlies" that the Department would get in
Barnes. Bottle throw: Mr. Barlow.. lers of Pensacola and Bob Ellzey restaurant, located one block from touch with the contractor on the
Fortune telling: Mrs. Burkett. of this city. the Sunny Isle Motel on Miami job and- see that the detour is re-
Make your plans to be at the City ---- Beach. paired as soon as possible.
Park October 26 and help the Ele- Visitors .From Alabama Mrs. Brigman won this vacation
mentary PTA of 'Port St.: Joe make. by registering at the local IGA Attends Medical Meeting
this the most successful carnival Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Russell and Foodliner. Dr. and Mrs. Joe Hendrix spent
ever held. All profits are spent on children of 'Auburn, Ala., were week______ last week in Chicago where Dr.
purchasing items' for- the 'school' end' visitors of Mrs. Ethel -West- Hendrix attended a medical con-
through the direction of the PTA; brook. GO 'TC CHURCH ..SUNDAY vention.


Sharks Add Tigers' Scalp To Their Belt


The St. Joe Sharks breezed past
the Graceville Tigers 33-7 as coach


Marion Craig emptied the bench.
The Sharks were below strength
considerably with several key play-
ers out with injury or flu but the
Sharks had no trouble in gaining
their third victory of the season.
The -Sharks, without the services
of their fullback Wayne Taylor,
scored in three minutes of the first
quarter as Jackie Mitchell scored
on a line buck from the three. Tay- -
lor, used for kicking only, added b
the extra point. The Sharks scored d
again as they capitalized on a
blocked punt by Larry Mansfield
on Graceville's 35. Jackie Mitcheli
went on to score again from five
yards out.
The next Shark score, thanks to
a recovered fumble on Graceville's
five-yard line by Larry Mansfif!d,
who played a whale of a game, was
added by Ronnie Young who dash-
ed across from the one yard line.
Again Taylor added the extra point
and the Sharks led 20-0 at the end
of the first quarter.
Graceville tightened up in the ,
second quarter but the Sharks quar-. I' I
terback Ed Smith managed to en- TOP LEFT .Ronnie Young trips up a Graceville runnre with some unidentified help from behind.
gineer the reserves who played part right: Jackie Mitchell (under the pile) crosses the goal line for the Sharks first goal Friday
of the period down to Graceville's The player in the foreground is Ross Hudson. Bottom left: Billy Denton (62) has a Graceville r
one yard line where he sneaked by the ankles along with a host of -unidentified Shark tacklers, to stop -his advance with the ball.
across for a tally. Taylor came on tom right: Jackie Mitchell again scores for the Sharks (behind the seated Tiger). (Star ph
again and, added the point and the
Sharks led 27-0 at half time. bles. Mansfield, Denton, Mussel- ed to return to full time duty this week 12-12. The Bay High
Graceville's tally came in the white, Hinote, Hurlbut, Chafin and week for the Bay High game. Tay- will be played here tonight
third quarter' as halfback Billy Gaillard were outstanding de'en- 'lor, who was injured in the Mar-
Shields broke loose and dashed 71 sively- laona game has been out of action time is 8:00 p.m.-
yards to score. The Sharks added Jackie Mitchell, Ed Smith and for two weeks. A hip .injury side- St. Joe
the final tally shortly after with a Ronnie Young were outstanding on lined the big fullback for the first Yds. gained rush --.......160
long pass from Jackie Mitchell to offense. Mitchell scored twice and time in his brilliant four-year var- Yds. gained pass ....- 87
end David Musselwhite, that cover- connected with four out of nine sity career. It is believed, however, Total 247
ed 35 yards. !passes good for one TD and 87 that Taylor will be used sparingly First Downs --.-----. 11
End Billy Denton and tackle yards. against Panama City as Coach Pass attempt -------...... 9
Larry Mansfield harrassed the TAYLOR TO RETURN Craig will be pointing to their big Pass comp. 4
Graceville offense all night, with Wayne Taylor, the Sharks All- game with Ohipley the following 'Fumbles 0
blocked lpunts and recovered fum- State fullback candidate, is expect- week. Ohipley tied Marianna last Punts 3


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G'ville
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Chamber Presented Plan




For NW Florida Association


Pensacola Public Relations Man

Presenting Plan To Entire Area


Programs To

Mark UN Day

Mayor J. L. Sharit has proclaim
ed 'October '24, 1957, as 'United N
tions Day and has appointed E
nest C. Wimberly, local attorney
chairman of the Port St. Joe Uni
ed Nations Committee which sha
(be in charge of arranging suitabi
programs during that week to be
ter acquaint the people of our cit
with the aims, purposes, accon
plishments and 'workings of th
United Nations.
The chairman reports that th
committee is receiving enthusiai
tic cooperation from The Star, sti
tion WJO, all organization!
churches, and individuals upo
whom it has called for assistance
in staging appropriate programs
The High School radio committee
will stage a panel discussion a
the High iSchool, over the radio an,
will appear before civic clubs anm
organizations of .the Lcity. 'It is plan
ned to use a number of speaker,
and the ministers of the various
churches will be requested to speal
on subjects during that week re
lated to the aims and purposes o
this great organization.
The Mayor's proclamation seez
in today's issue of The 'Star fol
'lows proclamations made by Presi
dent Eisenhower and Governor Le
Roy Collina.
K
Last Rites Held For
Mrs. Mary M. Copeland

Funeral : services- were held yes,
terday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the
Oak Grove Assembly of God Church
for Mrs. Mary M. Copeland, 76, who
died Monday at 8:30 p.m: in a Pan-
ama City rest home. Rev. T. C. Er-
nest officiated at the services.
Survivors included two sons, Hen-
ry Butts, Highland View and G. E.
Nelson, 11 Mile; one brother, Sid-
ney Spivey, Miami; 11 grandchil-
dren and four great grandchildren.
Active pallbearers were Gene
Harper, Herman Ard, Joel Lovett,
Nelson Gardner, James Lovett and
Herman Stripling.
'Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.


Sharks Again Hit

By The Flu Bug

The St. Joe Sharks will play the
Bay High Junior Varsity tonight at
8:00 p.m. This will' be the last gama
ii. a ten year series. The Bay High
coaching staff has seen fit to ter-
minate the game as of Thursday
night.
The Sharks have won ten times
fi om the young Tornadoes. The Bay
High team is expected to bring ev-
ery varsity player that they can
spare from the varsity squad in an
attempt -to upset the 'Sharks.
Coach Lamar Faison and Dave
Nichclson scouted the Bay JV's.
They report them to be a typical
roung 'team that could give the
Sharks a good game with some bol-
stering from the varsity squad. A
member of the Bay coaching staff
remarker, "those are not the boys
you fellows will see Friday night".
The flu has dealt the Shark camp
another blow. Wayne Taylor, El
Smith, 'Sonny 'Chafin, Terry Hi-
note and Alex Gaillard are regulars
who have been confined to their
homes due to the flu.
Reserves Mickey Munn, Leo Punt,
William Lucas, Leonard Costin
have also missed practice sessions
for the same reason.
The majority of these players
are expected to 'be available Thurs-
day night. However, their efficien-
cy will be affected.
Ronnie Young is out for the rest
of the season with a broken clavi-
cle. Young was Just coming into his
own as a Shark halfback and his
injury was. a blow to him and to
the team.
The brighter side of the picture
finds Frank Fletcher and Richard
Zipperer back at work on the prac-
tice field. They will ibe available
for duty Thursday night.


------I1C----


,Carter Ward Spends

Night In The Woods

Carter Ward, 78, of White


PROCLAMATION
?-
WHEREAS, the United States
J of America twelve years ago
joined with other nations in cre-
ating the United Nations to main-
tain peace and to facilitate mu-
tual aid among nations, and
* WHEREAS, new weapons of
war now make the maintenance
of peace still more urgent, and
WHEREAS, the United Nations
Shas labored persistently and
faithfully to avert war and pro-
mote mutual assistance among
nations, and
WHEREAS, the General As-
sembly of the United Nations has
resolved that October 24, the
anniversary of the coming Into
force of the United Nations
Charter, should be dedicated each
year to making known the aim;
and accomplishments of the
United Nations;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, J: L.
Sharit, by virtue of the authority
vested in me as Mayor-Commis-
sioner of the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, do hereby proclaim
Thursday, October 24, 1957, as
UNITED NATIONS DAY
in the City of Port St. Joe, Florida
and urge the citizens of this city
to observe this day by means of
i'comm;unity programs that will
create a better public understand-
ing of the problems, ai ms and
.achievements of the United Na-
tions and seek the cooperation, of
civic leaders, representatives of
civic, educational, and religious
organizations, press, and radio,
with the State of Florida and the
United Nations 1957 Anniversary
Committees.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and
caused the 'Seal of the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, to be af-
fixed at Port St. Joe, this the 8th |
day of October, A. D., 1957.
J. L. SHARIT, Mayor
City of Port St. Joe
SEAL


was found by searchers Saturday cade, Pensacola's Fiesta of Five
morning none the worse for spend- Flags and other attractions of the
ing the night in the woods after area.
his pickup 'truck bogged down Fri- (He declared that the association
day during a bird 'hunting trip. would necessarily have to operate
Ward 'was the 'object of a large on the assumption that what is
scale search which began late Fri- good for any part of West Florida


day of last week after he left his
home 'at (White City, six miles from
Port St. Joe, and vanished into the
woods near the Port St. Joe tower
about .3 p.m. in his red pickup truck.
When he failed to return by dark
anxious citizens of White City start-
ed a search.
(Byrd. Parker, sheriff of Gulf
County, was called upon for assis-
tance as was the Florida State
Highway Patrol. Florida Forest
Service crews from Gulf County
joined in the search as well as a
Forest Service airplane from Pan-
ama City. 'A helicopter from -Tyn-
dall Air Force Base later joined the
hunt.
Ward was found about one and
one half miles West of State Road


is good for all of 'West Florida.
In trying to foresee what kind o!
a budget Would be needed to carry
on such a program, Dedell ascer-
tained that the amount of money
needed would be between $100,000
and $250,000. This money would
come from each county involved
and be divided on a pro-rata share.
The Chamber Board of Directors
gave an enthusiastic audience to
Dedell and gave him a favorable
reaction to the proposal. The reac-
tion was all that Dedell was seek-
ing at this time.
He declared that Northwest Flor-
ida could grow by leaps and bounds
on the strength of their abundant
water and labor supply alone, and
that the organization was needed to


289 on the old U. C. Road 15. He supplement the State allocation of
was a bit chilly after spending the advertising money for Northwest
night in the poen. Florida, which amounts to 17% of
its tourist advertising budget and
20% of its industry advertising bud-

Apalachicola Church get.
Plans Homecoming Sunday HARRY CANNAVINO
-- WINS SHOT GUN
Rev. John Stewart, pastor of the
First Baptist Church of Apalachi- Harry Ca lu.Avino was the winner
cola announces Homecoming Day of the free 'Browning automatic
for that church Sunday, October 20. shotgun given away by the Lions
'Special services at the morning Club Tuesday afternoon.
worship hour and in the afternoon The Lions gave the gun away in
will be the program, connection with a campaign to se-
A basket lunch will be served in cure the scoreboard at the football
the recreation room and all former field.
members and friends are invited to


attend.


BSnd The 8tar To A Friend


Chester Dedell of Pensacola, a
public relations man and a member
of the Florida Forestry Board ap-
peared before the Port St. Joe
Chamber of Commerce Board of
'Directors. Tuesday to offer a plan
of promoting Northwest Florida.
Mr. 'Dedell was advocating a ga-
thering of the combined efforts of
the entire section of Northwest
Florida form the St. Marks River
west to the 'State line, to act as
sort of a Chamber of Commerce for
the area.
Dedell reported that he was only
"feeling the pulse" of the area for
his proposal at this time and would
probably call a meeting some time
in December of the area to further
discuss the matter.
He urged that the Chamber take
the matter into consideration and
push the idea in. Gulf County to
find out if the whole of Gulf Coun-
ty would join in such a scheme.
Plans for the activity of such an
organization were roughly present-
ed by Dedell. He told the Board
that such an organization would
have as their main objective the
selling" of Northwest Florida to
future tourists, residents and pri-
marily, new industries. He had pre-
pared some of the more important
statistics of the aroa and presented
,them 'before the Board.
For the industrial argument, this
arda contains an' abundance of ma-
terial for productss derived from the
pine tree. He said that there were
around savei. million acres in pines
in the .17. county area. The area is
hoheycombed with main highway
arteries, major railroad connec-
tions with all parts; of the' nation
and an abundance of water' trans-
portation. The area also has three
excellent ports in Port St. Joe. Pan-
ama City and Pensacola.
Dedell said that although the
residents of 'the area are familiar
with its activities and potential in
agriculture, forestry and industry,
those who may, help develop these
resources do not know it.
'He is pushing the formation of
this organization to advertise the
advantages of Northwest Florida
where it will do the most good and
to help promote the several activi-
ties that are conducted in the area
annually that tourists would be in-
terested in. These activities include
such as the Apalachicola River-


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PAST and PRESENT OFFICERS of the Northwest Coast Baptist Association. -From left to right: C.
Byron Smith, immediate past Vice-Moderator; J. C. Odum, Clerk-Treasurer; J. K; Solomon, Vice-
Moderator; L. G. Irwin, Moderator; Adolph Bedsole, immediate past Moderator. (StaW photo)


Northwest Florida Baptist Association

Finishes Annual Meeting At Local Church

m- f lft, l. r ,nT 9 oi John rCoolh 1 A i ssociationanl Trainl-


IThe LWentyUl-third annua O. Osessoioi
of the Northwest Coast Baptist. As-
sociation came to ,a close Friday
afternoon, October 11 in. the Long
Avenue Baptist Church of Port St.
Joe. The Association is composed
of 22 Baptist Churches and four
missions serving Gulf and Bay coun-
ties and Apalachicola in Franklin
County.. The.Association wsa organ-
ized in 1934 with ten churches and
a membership of 1,325. This y ar
the Association reported a total
membership of 10,465 which is a
net increase of 1,004 members for
the past year. Officers for the past
year were: Moderator, Adolph Bed-
sole, pastor of Immanuel Baptist
Church of anama City; Vice-Moder-
ator, C. Byron Smith, pastor of
First Baptist Church of Port St.
Joe and Clerk-Treasurer, J. C. Od-
um, pastor of Long Avenue Baptist.
Church of Port St. Joe.
General officers elected for the
ensuing year were: Moderator, L.
G. Irwin, pastor of Springfield Bap-
tist Church in Panama City; Vice-
Moderator, J. K. Solomon, Pastor
of Northside Baptist Mission of
Panama City; Clerk-Treasurer, J.
C. Odum, pastor of Long Avenue
Baptist Church of Port St. Jde. In
addition to the general officers the
following were feected: Association-
al Sunday School Superintnedent,


ing Union Director, Rev. J. K. Solo-
mon; President of Women's Mis-
sionary Union, Mrs. J. B. Wood-
ham; President of Baptist Brother-
hood, Monroe Sullivan; Association-
al Director of Church Music. Paul


Sandra Bracewell Feted

On Her 16th Birthday

Miss Sandra Bracewell. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bracewell ob-
served her 16th birthday Saturday
night, October 12 with a party held
at the American Legion Hall.
The building was .decorated with
fall flowers of purple and gold for


-.. -...... -, Le occasionUU.
Hancock; Association Missions The guests enjoyed dancing and


Just ask yrar Chevrolet dealer to
show you the booklet containing
advance information about the '58
Chevrolet.
You can expect the 1958 Chevrolet
to be new all over. Lines will sweep
rakishly longer, lower and wider.
There will be a completely new V8
engine-radically different in design.
There will be Full Coil suspension
and, for the first time in Chevrolet's


field, incredibly smooth air ride..
Chevrolet will introduce two new
luxury modelsof outstanding style
and distinction.

You'll learn more at your Chevrolet
dealer's. And you can see about an'
early delivery that will make you a
'58 Chevrolet-Firster!


rHE ATAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


Mrs. Cox Hostess

To Service Guild

The Wesleyan Service Guill oi
the First Methodist Church met ou
Monday evening at 8:00 p.m. at
the bome of Mrs. Jim Cox on Gar,'i-
-f)n Avenue. Mrs. Judith Parkrc,
spiritual life chairman, preseatnd
an inspiring devotional on stej -
aziship.
The business session was pre-
sided over by the president, Mrs.
Jean .Lamberson, who called for re-
ports from several officers ani
committee chairmen. Plans were
outlined for the Methodist Men s
supper, scheduled for October 22,
and also the WSCS Study Course
which will begin on October 28.
Following the business meeting,
the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Joyce
Chatham, served delicious refresh-
ments to the following members
and guests:
Mrs. Nora Beasley, Mrs. Betty
Hawkins, Mrs. Eunice Brinson, Mrs.
Elizabeth Tomlinson, Mrs. Judith
Parker, Mrs. Dorothy Walters, Mrs.
Doris Whealton, Mrs. Dean Stevens,
Mrs. Faye Pridgeon, Mrs. Evelyn
Murdock and Mrs. Lamberson.

Antonson McCall

Wedding Announced

Miss Carol Jean Antonson of Fill-
more, Calif., and 'Charles F. Mc-
Call of Long Beach, Calif., were
married Sept. 27 at 12 a.m. in the
First Lutheran Church of Ventura,


Committee, Rey. J. B. Ansley, table games. Refreshments of bic'h- Calif. The bride is the daughter of
Rev. J. C. Faulk and Rev. C. Byron day cake, Imeonade, cheese stix, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Antonson of
Smith. and mints were served to the Fillmore, Calif. The bridegroom is
The next annual session will be guests. son of Mr. and Mrs. James McCall,
held on October 16 and 17 of next Those assisting Sandra with the Jr., of Port ,St. Joe. Rev. Victor H.
year with the Cove Baptist Church entertainment of the guests were Craft officiated.
of Panama City and First Baptist her mother and father, Mr. and The bride wore a white sheath
Church of Port St. Joe. Mrs. Joe Bracewell, and her aunt dress with matching accessories.
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith. The attendants were Mrs. Beverly
First Baptist BWC The 62 guests ..present for the'af- Canada and Cameron Colister.
Meets With Mrs. Culpepper fair were: Mike 'Munn, Ross Hud- The bride attended school in Fill-
-- son, Mary Lou Anderson, Max'n, more. The bridegroom is a graduate


The Business Women's Circle of Wi alker, Freida Trammel, Diana
the First Baptist WMU met for its McKnight, Eva Margaret Kilbourn,
October meeting with Mrs. Agnes Billy Johnson, Frank Fletcher, Ken-
Culpepper in her home. A most neth Settlemire, Kate Tillman,
interesting and educational pro- Steve Lucas, Buddy Byrd, Vivian
gram was directed by Mrs. Mills, Stephens, Judy Bateman, Gary Hall,
with each member present making Margaret Martin, Joyce Davis.
part. Jimmy Fuller, Larry Henley, Bever-
SFollowing the program and busly Fuller, Sara Linda Richardson,
" Following the program and bus o A Coker, Louie D. Holland,
Jo Ann Coker, Louie D. Holland,
ness meeting, delicious ref Rosemary Tomlinson, Willie Dan-
ments and a social hour was en- iell, Durreline Sykes, Alex Gaillard,
joyed by all present. Terry Hinote, Ray Lapeyrouse, Di-
The next meeting will be held ane Gilbert, Robert Chandler, Bev-
with Mrs. Willie Mae Daniell on early Baldwin, Wilma Nell Thurs-
Tuesday, November 19. bay, Jackie Mitchell, Glenn Alli-


of Port St. Joe High School and is
presently stationed on the USS
Curtis in the Navy .
After a wedding trip of Southern
California the couple are at home
at 1228 Loma Vista Drive, Long
Beach, California.


good, Elizabeth Ann Browne, Con-
nie Chason, Judy Fensom, Leonard
Costin, Billy Denton, Gall Roberts,
Edward Smith, Diane Lay, Richard
Zipperer, Coral Lee Armstrong,
Higdon Swatts, Charles Boyer, Fred
'Griffin, Betty Ward, Ed Bobbitt,
iBill Chism, Abe Miller, David Mus-
selwhite, Patsy Lewis, Thomas Hol-
land, Gail Gill, Travis Jones, Gall
HFinote, Bob Bracewell, Carrie Jo
Fletcher and Glenna Boyles.

Star Want Ads Get Resulti


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1957

WSCS Meets At Church

For Study Program

The Woman's Society of Chris-
tian Service nmet Monday afternoon
in the Methodist Church sanctuary
at 3:00 p.m. for the third session
of the study, "Kingdom Beyond
Caste".
The meeting was opened by the
president, Mrs. G. 'S. Croxton.
Mrs. 'Charles Brown, secretary of
spiritual' life; Mrs. Janet King and
Mrs. Julia Creech, having returned
from Blue Lake in Andalusia, Ala.,
where .they attended a retreat, gave
most inspirational reports, especial-
ly the lectures given by Dr. E. Stan-
ley Jones.
Mrs. Nancy Howell. secretary of
mission education was in charge of
this session. The title of the pro-
gram was, "Caste American Style".
Those assisting Mrs. Howell were:
Mrs. Norton Kilbourn and Mrs. Ben
D.'ckens.
The meeting was closed with
prayer by Mrs. Howell.
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Elementary School
Lunch Room Menu

Monday, October 21
Corned beef hash, buttered spin-
ach, stewed prunes, whole wheat
bread and milk.
Tuesday, October 22
'Barbecue balogna, lima beans,
shredded carrots, white bread, ap-
ple sauce and milk.
Wednesday, October 23
Roast beef and brown gravy, 'but-
tered rice, turnip greens, corn bread
cookies and milk.
Thursday, October 24
Chicken and noodles, mixed vege-
table salad, cherry pie, white
bread and milk.
Friday, October 25
Fish salad, blackeye peas, fruit
cup, rolls and milk.

Lt. Douglas Baldwin
Completes Officer Course

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND
MD.,-Army 2d Lt. Douglas Bald-
win, son of Mr. and Mrs. Noel D.
Baldwin, 1314 McClellan Ave., Port
St. Joe, completed the 14-week as-
sociate company officer course on
Oct.. 2 under the Reserve Forces
'Act program at The Ordnance
School, Aberdeen Proving Grounds,
Md.
Lieutenant Baldwin studied tac-
tics and staff procedures, ordnance
service management and materiel
familiarization.
The lieutenant was employed as
a research chemical engineer by
the Shell Oil Company, Deer Park,
Texas, before enterign the Army.
A member of Alpha Chi Sigma
fraternity, he was graduated from
the University of Florida in 1956.
His wife, Johann, lives in- Aber-
deen, Md.


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daughter, Dorothy Jane, to Herbert L. Burge, son of Mrs. S. E.
Johnson of Centralia, Illinois. The marriage took place in Bain-
bridge, Georgia, on September 9, 1957. The couple is now residing
at 1033 McClellan Avenue.


,Mr. and Mrs. Troy Wayne Jones
announce the 'birth of a daughter.
Debra Ann on October 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Cortez Thrnmpsor-
announce the birth of a daughter,
Tawnya Lynn on October 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Lavernon Powell an-
nounce the birth of a son Jeffery
Lynn on -October 6.
(All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital).

SUNBEAMS WILL MEET
The Sunbeams of the Long Ave-
nue Baptist Church will meet Mon-
day afternoon 'October 21 at 3 p.m.

Visit In Chattahoociee
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Joines and
daughter Jae Freida spent last
week end visiting friends in Chat-
tahoochee.

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THE STAR
Pubtlahed Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESSL R. RA. MSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
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SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully

Let's Get What Belongs To Us
It would appear to the casual observer that Port St. Joe
-is doing its dead-level best to treat Gulf County like the
United States treats the remainder of the world. That is to say,
it looks as if Port St. Joe is keeping up her role of majority tax
payer and is also gracefully standing by and taking pittance
handouts in county services.
We have had this on our mind for some time, and the ac-
tion of the school board last week made us take the step to say
something about it.
We will use this instance just mentioned to begin with. As
you read last week in The Star that the School Board had re-
fused to install some new bleachers on the football field in one
breath and left the Wewahitchka school room for hope on a
request for more seating in their gymnasium. We are not be-
grudging Wewa their additional seats. They probably need
them, and from reports of the amount of money in the budget
that the seating would come from the finances are available.
Then you take the instance of the installation of lights on
the football field. That little project turned into more than an
incident. It took an act of the Legislature to get the lights. And
then on'the other hand Wewahitchka then applied for lights on
an athletic field not even on school property with the view in
mind of maybe fielding a football team one of these days. The
lights were installed without having to resort to the Legislature.
The field has only been used for the town baseball team to play
on hardly a school activity. Again we don't begrudge Wewa
of their good fortune. We are only bemoaning the fact that the
representatives from this end of the County won't stand up for
our rights and get us what we deserve as supporters of 90 per
cent of the county budget (more or less).
And then you take the county. That portion of the county
North and East of the Intracoastal Canal has received well over
the lion's share of the secondary road fund for the past several
years. Since 1952, when we returned to Port St. Joe, we have
seen two short streets in the colored section of town, the extension
of Garrison Avenue for about a half mile and Long Avenue re-
surfaced from secondary road funds.
We can't believe it's because our roads are in such good
shape. A trip over most of the roads in the city will convince
most anyone that practically all of them need resurfacing.
Again, we say we do not blame Wewahitchka for getting
these services. We just wish we could. We sincerely urge all
of our county representatives in these two bodies to stand up on
their hind legs and howl for what is ours.
At the present time, it would us no -amount of good for
some of you people to "howl" a little for those bleachers at the
football stadium. There is no sense in this being the only field
in the conference where our visitors and some of our homefolks
have to stand to watch the game.

A Matter of Etiquette
Practically everybody has looked at the explosive segrega-
tion vs. integration situation with the "we don't want 'em" and
"we want to go to school with the whites attitude".
But has anybody looked at it from the standpoint of just
observing good manners. Respecting the feelings of our neigh-
bors no matter what their color.
Who among us would go to any theatre, church, business
house, cafe, lodge meeting or even school where we were not
wanted?
If you say you would, you are guilty of one of the worst
social boners. It is our opinion that to turn up at a place where
it is evident you are not wanted is one of the worst sins one can
commit against his fellow man.
Yet, this is what the colored race is trying to do in isolated
places. We don't think he will be accepted as an equal in any
phase by forcing himself on others. Nobody has been able to do
so yet, so why should the Negro be any exception.
We don't feel nearly so hard toward the Supreme Court
for trying to make a name for themselves by making a decision
that goes against the way of things for years as we do for theit
coldhearted dissolusionment of an entire race. They have led
the Negro to believe, that just because they have said so, all a
Negro has to do is to walk in anywhere and he will be accepted
- just because the Supreme Court has said he could.
That's like telling your child he can have a piece of candy
and then refusing him the money to buy it with.
We think if the Supreme Court is going to take it upon
themselves to see that everyone in the Nation has the same thing
(which is just what Communism is based on) then he should
heed the cry of dedicated workers who have been trying for
years to better the lot of the American Indian. Who, incidentally
are penned up together on reservations existing on government
handouts. The only native American penned up like a hound
dog.
Other races have made their own way without the help of
the Supreme Court. They relied on their own resourcefulness
to get ahead in the world. We give for example the Chinese, the
Jews (who are persecuted universally), Italians, Germans, Dutch-
men and many others.


We believe the Negro would be happier with his advances
and certainly his neighbors would be happier, if he just went
ahead gaining his place in the world with his own sweat and let
the poor overworked Supreme Court and Ike enjoy their weekly
vacations once a month without all this bother.
We don't believe the Supreme Court helped Booker T.
Washington or George Washington Carver (both 'persecuted' as
the Northerners say, Southern Negroes). They made the top.
If they can do it anybody can.


NEWS FROM
Highland View
PHONE BAll 7-4652
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
Rev. and Mrs. Douglas Newsome
of Eufaula, Ala., visited Mrs. Dan
Hatfield Sunday night who is ill
in the Municipal Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Armst-ong had


as their guests over thi week end,
Mr. Armstron's brother and fam.
ily, of Enterprise, Ala., Mr. and
Yrs. Clyd-. Armstrong.
Mrs. T. J. Raffiel dand children


of Panama City visited Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Raffield over the week
eud.
Mrs. Vester Burke and Mr;
Gtorge Skipper visited in Panama
City Saturday.
Airman 1-C Douglas Williamson,
of Arlington, Virginia, is here
spending his leave with his faun-
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton L. Coker.
Mrs. Essie V. Knight and son
Ralph of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Bennie
Burke and son Gbi of Rome, Ga.,
were called Friday on account of
the illness of their sister and aunt,
Mrs. Hatfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Whitfield and
children visited in Mboile, Ala., over
the week end with Mrs. Whitfield's
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. G.
E. Diamond and Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Potter.
Mrs. Ruby Howard and children
Helena and Dale left Monday to
visit Mrs. Howard's mother-in-law
Mrs. Helena Howard of Moundsville
West Va.
Mrs. Tira Ledden and Mrs. C.
A. Hardy of Bonifay were visitors
of Mrs. H. L. Patterson Wednes-
day afternoon.
The Baptist WMU members had
their monthly Royal Service meet-
ing at the church Monday with nine
members present. Mrs. Richter, was
in charge eof the meeting. The group
sang, "Lead On, 0 King Eternal".
Mrs. DuBose led the opening pray-
er. Those on the program were Mrs.
T. 0. Richards, Mrs. W. W. Gar-
rett, Mrs. Ouida Branch, Mrs. Belle
DuBose, Mrs. Ruth Harbuck Mrs.
Wayra Petterson, Mrs. Edna Floyd.
Mrs. Richardson dismissed with a
prayer.
ST. JAMES CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
The Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
'Priest In Charge
18th Sunday after Trinity, Oct.
20. 9:45 a.m., Church school. 11:00
a.m., Morning prayer and sermon.
(Note: Immediately after the 11:00
a.m. service we will resume our
regular monthly covered dish din-
ners. Be sure to attend service,
bring your covered dish and remain
for the dinner and fellowship.)


7:,30 p.m. Evening prayer follow- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
ed by a meeting of the. Episcopal
Young Churchmen. Florida to be held at St. Luke's
The public is cordially invited to Church, Marianna.
worship wilth us and is assured _K
of a warm welcome. JAMES I. PHILYAW
Monday, Oct. 21, 8:00 p.m. St. GETS ROTC PROMOTION
Mary's and St. Anne's Guilds of GAINESVILLE-James I. Phil-
the Woman's Auxiliary will meet
at the residence of Mrs. Will Ram- yaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
sey. Philyaw of htis city has bene pro-
Tuesday, Oct. 22, 8:00 p.m., Choir moted to the rank of Cadet Major
rehearsal. in the advanced Air Force ROTC
Thursday, OQt. 24, 10:00 a.m., program at the University of Flor-
Fourth District Meeting of the Wo- ida.
man's Auxiliary of the Diocese of Leadership and scholarship are


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1957
primary requisites for cadet promo-
tions which are for the 1957-58
school year.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla HURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1957 The bonds of said issue maturing
In the years 1958 to 1967, both in-
Ielusive, are not redeemable proir to
1967 13,000 their respective stated dates of ma-
LEGAL AD'/ER TISING 1918 13,000 turity. The bonds of said issue ma-
NOTI----CE OF 1969 14,000 during in the years 1968 to 1972,
NOT OFSALE 1970 15,000 both inclusive, are redeemable prior
OSPITA REVENUE BONDS 1971 15,000 to their respective stated dates of
H OSPITAL REVENUE BONDS 1972 16,000 maturity, at the option of the City,
CITY of PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA in whole or in part, but in inverse
Sealed bids will be received by enomatlon $1,000.00; coupon in whoal ord in part, lesbuthn allnverosen
the City Commission of the City of bonds; principal and semi-annual numeca ordef tan
Port St. Joe, Florida, at its regular interest (February 1 and August 1) IAugust 1, 1967 or on any interest
place of meeting in Port St. Joe, payable at The Florida National payment date thereof, at par and
Florida until 4:30 o'clock P.M. Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, accrued interest to date of redemp-
(EST) November 19. 1957, at which Florida; said bonds will be payable tion, together with the following
time and place all bids will be pub- as to both principal and interest premiums if redeemed at the fol-
licly opened and read, for $175,- solely from and secured by alien lowing times: 3% of the par value
000.00 Hospital Revenue Bonds of upon and a pledge of a portion of thereofifredeemed on Augut 1,
the 'City of Port St. Joe, Florida, the net proceeds of the Utilities 1967; 2% of the par value there-
dated August 1. 1957 and maturing Service Taxes, and by a first lien of if redeemed onany interest pay-
annually August 1 as follows: upon and a pledge of a portion of ment date during theyear1968; 2%
the net proceeds of the Utilities of the par value thereof if redeem-
YEAR AMOUNT Service Taxes and by a first lien ed on any interest payment date
1958 $ 8,000 upon and a pledge of the net pro- during the year 1969; 12% of the
1959 8,000 ceeds of the Cigarette Taxes re- par value thereof if redeemed on
1960 9,000 ceived by said City and will not any interest payment date during
1961 9,000 constitute an indebtedness of the the year 1,970; 1% of the par value
1'962 10,000 City of Port ,St. Joe, Florida. thereof if redeemed on any inter-
1963 10,000 The bonds were validated by de- est payment date during the year
1964 11,000 cree of the Circuit Court of Gulf :1971 and without premium if re-
1965 12,000 County, Florida, rendered on Aug-,deemed thereafter prior to matur-
1966 12,000 ust 16, 1957. ity.
Bidders are requested to name
the interest rate or rates, but not
exceeding three different rates of
RADIATORS* REPAIRED and RECORED interest and not exceeding six per
SICLEANED, FLUSHED [cent per annum, in multiples of Y4
,or 1/10 of one per cent, and each
Bidder must specify in his bid the
STjARTERS and GENERATORS amount and the maturities of the
STARTERS and GENERATORS bonds of each rate. All bonds ma-
REPAIRED and EXCHANGED turning on the same date must bear
interest at the same rate. No bid
for less than Nine Hundred Seventy
Dollars ($970.00) per bond and i c-
Pate's Shell Serv ice crued interest or for less than a'l
of the bonds offered *will be enter-
tained. The -bonds will be awa.'ded
to the bidder offering to purchase
Phone BAll 7-9291 223 Monument Ave. the bonds at the lowest interest
cost of the City, such cost to be
determined 'by deducting the total
amount of any discount to the ag-
.- -- -- .--- -- ..- --- -.-- gregate amount of interest on all
of the bonds from the date thereof
until their respective maturities.
BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE Each bid must be enclosed in a
sealed envelope marked "Proposal
110 HUNTER CIRCLE for Bonds", must be accompanied
by a certified or bank cashier's or
Licensed Plumber treasurer's check for $3,500.00, pay-
Licensed Plumber able unconditionally to the order of
Can Handle Any Type Plumbing, Small or Large the -City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
on which no interest will 'be allow-
15 Years Experience ed. Award or rejection of bids will
ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATES be made on the date above stated
for the receipt of bids, and the
checks of unsuccessful bidders will
PHONE BAII 7-2541 At Anytime be returned immediately.
The check of the successful bid-
der will be held uncashed as se-
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bid, 'but in the event that the suc-
cessful bidder shall fail to comply
with the terms of his, 'bid the check
may then be cashed and the pro-
ceeds thereof retained as and for
full liquidated damages.
The unqualified approving opin-
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Florida will be furnished w.thou:.
cost to the purchasers of the 'bonds.
There will also be furnished the
usual closing papers.
The right to reject any or all btis
Is reserved.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
FLORIDA
By /s/ 'R. W. HENDERSON
City Clerk
_K
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-
OCIAL CIRCUIT OF GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
IN CHANCERY
JAMES V. NORRIS )
Plaintiff, )
vs )
LAQUITA JOY NORRIS )
Defendant )
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
NOTICE TO: LAQUITA JOY NOR-
RIS whose residence is unknown.
On or before the 26th day of Oc-
* tober, A.D. 1957, the defendant, La-
quita Joy Norris, is required to
serve upon Ernest C. Wimberly,
plaintiffs attorney, whose address
is 803 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe,
,Florida, a copy of, and file with
the Clerk of this Court the original
of, an answer to the complaint for
divorce filed against her in this
cause. Herein fail not or decree pro
confesso will be entered against
you, the said Laquita Joy Norris.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this the 25th day
of September A. D., 1957.
GEORGE Y. CORE
as Clerk of said Circuit
Court.
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Sept. 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 1957.
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hingt GOIN' PLACES Haring left this dready section
CLASSIFIED ADS Was on ers we again entered the forested moun-
FOR SALE: Penney's Beach Apart- f By W. S. SMITH tains and some 80 miles further on
ments, SAtL. Joe Beach, Port St. De eat Maranna Mayor of Buckhorn we found trailers parked in every
Joe. SALE: Beach lots. Reason- available spot, some on rocky
FORle Apply at this encason- By JIMMIE FRAZIER THESSALON, Ontario, Canada ledges no wider than two trailers.
E. TOM PRIDGEON Washington High School Tigers -Spending the first night out from Lunch rooms ,bars and small stores
Real Estate & Insurance dropped Jackson County Training Ottawa at Mattawa, 271 miles from were esconced in tents, shacks and
BAII 7-7741 411 Reid Ave. School 13-6 Friday afternoon at the Canadian capital, we continued an occasional permanent structure.
Slugger's Field in Port St. Joe. The our leisurely journey on a wonder- When we stopped for gas the ser-
FOR SALE: Three houses in High- Tigers went into the game as the ful highway cut through cool, green vice station operator informed us
only $300 down and the balance underdog, and thinking of the 66-0 forests of hemlock, spruce and that we were right in the midst of
can be paid like rent at 6% inter- licking the Panthers of Jackson pine and on our right the Ottawa one of the largest uranium discov-
est. Why pay rent when .you can County crammed down their throat River flowing serenely to its junc- series in the world, and that the few
buy on these terms. a year ago in Marianna. ture with the St. Lawrence. thousand trailers we had observed
Registered Real Estate Broker The Tigers were able to strike The scenery was mountainous, along the highway were but a drop
Phone 7-3491 221 Reid Ave. pay dirt first, with Lee McNabb with cool lakes at almost every In the bucket, as there were more
putting a 15 yard pass in the hands thousands parked back in the val-
LOTE' FOR SALE: Beacon Hill of Jackson Siples early in the first urn and we were enjoying all hee thousands parked thack in tcohe val-d not
and Mexico Beach. $350 and up. period. Jewel Givens, veteran half- bounties of nature wen suddenly eys off the road that w could not
Make your own terms. R. L. Fort- back plunged over for the extra there was nothing but bare rocks see.
ner, Mexico Beach. tfc-9-26 point, making it 7-0 for the Tigers. with not a trace of vegetation-in When we asked 'him to wash the
FOR SALE: For your Avon Christ- Jackson County scored before the fact we were under the impression windshield he said it was imnpossi-
mas gifts see or call Mrs. L. Z. half when they drove 74 yards in that we were entering the suburbs ble, as they were out of water at
Henderson, BAll 7-3014. 3tc10-3 six plays, they were unable to of hell, what with high plumes of the moment but that the truck had
FOR SALE: For a good deal In make the extra point, smoke rising from behind half a just left for a load. If we'd had a
new and rebuilt sewing machine. Going into the third quarter dozen tall crags. Suddenly as the geiger counter with us, Myrtice
Priced to suit you. Contact K. Par- o the Tigers eai by road topped a rocky rise there was and I might still have been in this
ker, PO 3-9669, Panama City or found the Tigers leadingg by one a large city spread out beneath us section trying our luck in ferreting
write K. Parker, 2115 Bryan Ave., point but they soon added more r it a ou at ion rtn urlu ce
Panama City. 4tp-10-3 when McNabb again took to the Sudbury, with a population of out a fortune. All uranium comes
FOR SALE: hristmas notes. Justair putting a 36 yard pass into the some 65,000 persons and the center under the control of a special com-
FOR SALE: Christmas note ry, hands of his favorite target, How- of copper production in this area. pany set up by the Canadian gov-
open house, party invitations and ard Garland. The extra point at- The fumes from the smelters were enment which takes all ore from
thank you notes. See at THE STAR. tempt failed, making it 13-6. responsible for the absence of the individual at a set price-and
FOR SALE: Apt. size gas range. Later in the fourth period Jack- green growing things for milesthe price is high! You could feel
'$30.00. Can 'be seen at 1506 Long son County had a chance to tie the around- (Continued On Page 8)
Ave. ltp game when they covered a Wash-
FOR SALE: Small baby grand pi- ington fumble on the Washington n 9 % i iN '
n- tina -TJA.d q Annlrn in fun. d t n- v l. 1- ... .1 PC-.* N -


UO. *UU. rActs Ur episrs a -,
ing. Call George MeLawhon. Phone
7-2921. 2tp
FOR SALE: 1952 Plymouth. Good
condition. See Bill Cargill.
FOR SALE: 'Holiday stationery and
calendar pads. THE STAR.
,FOR iSALE: 5-room house. Price
$2,500.00. Contact Hubert Griffin
back of ice plant. Itp
FOR RENT: House on First St.
See Bill Carr at St. Joe Hardware.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom garade
apartments. Two, three and four
bedroom cottages, furnished. Call
BAll 9-1184, or see Mrs. C. E.
Thompson at Costin's Cottages,
Beacon Hill. 8tp-1040
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
See Mrs. Paul Farmer, Oak Grove
or Phone 7-2565. ltp
.FOR RENT: Large nin.room fur-
nished house. Corner o! Sixth S.t
and Long Ave. Reasw.an.e. See
George Johnson. 4tp
FOR RENT: Completely private
unfurnished three room apa-t-
ment with bath and screened porcb.
Call Mrs. Shellhorse, 7-3023.


LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.50
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7601.
WANTED: Any news of interest to
your neighbor for the Panama
City News and Herald. Call Mis.
Benton Hamm at 9-1876. tfec-9-12
SPECIAL SERVICES
-OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motor rs -
)aired, also.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfe4-I
11ADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
WAP.
Keys Made While You Walt
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
PANA-CRAFT BOATS
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Reel Parts and Repairs
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
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rou need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. In Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited.
C W.LONG, N. G.
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32, Five Vlyays later founUd Ltein 6
yards down the field with the ball
resting on the two, with frist down
and goal to go.
The Tigers of Washington put
on a strong defense and allowed
the Panthers to move the ball only
two feet in four plays.
Friday the Tigers journey to
Chipley meeting the Roulhac Lions
in Washington County.
4(
Attends Convention
,Dick 'Lamberson attended the an-
nual NAPA National Automotive
Parts Association convention at the
Hotel Americana In Miami Beach
on October 5, 6, 7 and 8. He is the
owner of the St. Joe Auto Parts
company here.

THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BUROH, Seoty.
All Master Masons cordially invited
WILLIS V. ROWAM POST 11,
TH AMMRICAN L GION. Meet-
lag first and third Monday lights
800 p.m., American Legion Home.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. $6, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.


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club relations and showing Big
Bend citizens the Big North Florida
Agricultural Show.
Lions President Bistowish expres-
sed the hope that a large number
of Port St. Joe Lions' will attend.


A diversified and highly interesting
BUZettfS Drug Store0 program featuring Fair personali-
ties and other fare will be presented
PORT ST. JOE, FLA. for host and visiting clubs.
' North Florida Fair exhibits last


Wilder Again Stars
In Sewanee Game
JACKSON, MISS.-The Univer-
sity of the South made it two
straight for Coach Shirley Majors
here October 6, blanking Millsaps
college 14 to 0.
Two fellow otwnsmen from Tulla-
homa, Tenn., did the scoring, End
Dale Ray on a pass from Tailback
Walter Wilder, of Port St. Joe,
who was also leading ground gain-
er in Sewanee's opener against
Howard, won 25-0 by Sewanee, and
Tailback Frank Mullins on a 15
yard sweep. Fullback Andy Finlay
added both conversions.
Wilder completed seven of 10
passes for 85 yards and ran for
36 more to pace the individual af-
fensive leaders. The Tigers, play-


year attracted more than 70,000
persons from all North Florida and
much of Southern Georgia and
Alabama.
Exhibits including the largest
Swine Show in the Southeast, -one
of the biggest Beef Cattle shows to
be found in the South, and a wide
variety of other agricultural entries
attracted reams of newspaper cov-
erage in virtually every area of
Florida.
Photographic interest in the Fair
also hit a new peak, with news
photographers on hand from news-
papers through North and Central
Florida.
EXPECTED HOME AFTER
OVERSEAS DUTY
Otis M. Taylor, Jr., CE-3, who
is serving in the U. S. Navy and
has been stationed at Port Lyauw-
ty in North Africa for the past 18


ing in ideal weather for the first months and is expected home with-
time, had all the best of the statis- I in the next few days for a 30 day
-tics. visit with 'his parents and brother,
c Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Taylor and
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* A IA- Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1967

ions Receive Invitation (Cont dFron^e
To North Florida Fair Goin Places
TALLAHASSEE (Special)--Mem- the excitement in the air and .we
hers of the Tallahassee Lions Club were under the impression that ev-
have invited all members of the ery man we met was on the verge
Port St. Joe Lions organization to of "hitting it rich." Reminded me
be guests at a meeting Thursday, of some of the western oil boom
October 31 at the North Florida towns I have seen.
Fairgrounds in Tallahassee. We spent the night (slept under
The five-day fair runs Oct. 29 to two blankets as usual) at this beau-
Nov. 2. tiful little town, having a motel
The invitation was extended this room right on the edge of Lake
week by Tallahassee Lions Club Hluron, with a sandy bathing beach,
President J. M. Bistowish, who said complete with lifeguard, practically
the Fair Association is cooperat- in our laps (not the lifeguard-.
ing in the Visitors' Day program Getting an early start next morn-
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enter the U.S.A. after taking a
trip through the famous waterway.

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